High School Round-Up: KU stays perfect in league

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KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Skyline Conference baseball resumed Tuesday with a match-up of potential first place teams as Klamath Union hosted North Valley.


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Mark Owings his two singles on the day, his first capping off a four-run first innings for the Pelicans and Klamath Union held on for a 6-5 victory. KU is 4-0 in league play so far.

Klamath Union’s Kody Kuhlman won on the mound, throwing 133 pitches with six strikeouts and allowing seven hits. Stephen Parker with the loss for North Valley.

Owings and Joe Whisler each went 2-for-3 from the plate, with Owings racking up three RBI.

Marco Garmendia was the only North Valley player with more than one hit, going 2-for-4 with two RBI.

Klamath Union hosts Mazama for a doubleheader Saturday. The Vikings lost 5-4 in extra innings on Tuesday to Henley, but were originally down 4-0. Henley’s Paxton Kuhlman capped off a two-hit afternoon with a single in the eighth inning for a walk-off Hornets victory.

Bonanza beat North Lake 12-2 and Lakeview took care of St. Mary’s 7-4.

In softball, Henley defeated Mazama 4-0 and Lost River at Butte Falls was postponed, as was Chiloquin at Prospect.





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